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The best and easier photo editing software

By billy.froy ·
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Hi everybody !

I would like to know,, for you what is the best easier photo editing software ?

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by Mike_Cartwright In reply to The best and easier photo ...

Photo editing has become a hobby and almost everyone's turning into one. This is the same reason why there is a lot photo editing software out in the market.

If you'd like the easiest and most user-friendly, you can look up BeFunky or Fotor.

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by billy.froy In reply to The best and easier photo ...

You must be right, the proof I'm looking for one and I'm effectly lost in all the software that internet can propose ...
I have recently seen an ad from https://www.inpixio.com/ I have never heard about this one unlike you have quote. Plus, gimp, picassa ...

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Corel Paintshop Pro

by scubafiend.cell In reply to The best and easier photo ...

As a long time user of Adobe Photoshop when I went to a Windows 10 machine that I couldn't get my older version of Photoshop to load on I went on the hunt. Being unable to stomach spending $1K on new Photoshop, I decided to give Corel Paintshop Pro a try. At around $60 on Amazon, it is a good deal. It has come light years and is going to give Adobe a run for their money, IMO. If you aren't emotionally tied to Photoshop and so comfortable with the tools, I would suggest giving the latest version of Paintshop Pro a try. It is fairly easy to use out of the box, and as you grow more familiar you can leverage powerful functionality. That said I'm assuming you want to do more than just crop the edges of a photo. If that is all you want to do there are plenty of free apps out there. But if you want to make the leap, I would try it.

I should mention - I don't work for Corel, I'm not related in any way to them and they did not pay me for my opinion.

Good luck!

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Pixlr, ACDsee, Gimp or Photoimpact

by spiralingcrazies In reply to The best and easier photo ...

Although I have an older version of Photoshop that still runs OK, I've recently been using a lot of Pixlr (free) on Android and Mspaint (built into Windows) for quick edits that by the time it takes to power PS I am usually done.
Personally, I am not continuing on the Adobe update track as they're now renting all software monthly and you can't purchase for a flat fee but become a monthly subscriber. GIMP (freeware) is a very powerful editor that runs on WIndows, Mac, Linux, so I'll probably go that route. I've also used ACDsee in the bast which is great for quick edits. I'd also look into Corel Photoimpact (used to be Ulead) which I've used in the past and is fairly cheap and very powerful, also easy to use:
http://www.paintshoppro.com/en/products/photoimpact/#tab=0

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by sophiehendrix031 In reply to The best and easier photo ...

I'm very with Canva, which is an online editing tool (free). However, if I'd need to do additional and precise editing, I'd still go for adobe.

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by alexander2017 In reply to The best and easier photo ...

I would highly suggest KrojamSoft PhotoViewerPro. It’s simple software and lets you browse image files from your PC. It's very user-friendly.

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by alexander2017 In reply to The best and easier photo ...

Canva is also good

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Canva

by PaulineGreening In reply to The best and easier photo ...

I like Canva a lot, it is easy to use and I like that they have a wide set of free designs you can use.

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by Mike_Cartwright In reply to Canva

Yep, Canva's definitely great for beginners, but it's got limited options when you use the free version.

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It all depends

by sarahsokolov In reply to The best and easier photo ...

It all depends on what you want to do with your photos.

Do you just want to edit and share photos from your smartphone, or are you a professional photographer who takes pride and time carefully editing only your very best pictures?

There are a lot of photo-editing programs and apps out there, take a look at this articles, maybe they will help you choose the right photo editor.

http://www.techradar.com/news/photography-video-capture/cameras/best-photo-editing-software-1284627

https://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2369237,00.asp

There is also a tool called Cloudinary. I've been using it for image optimization and editing. It has a pretty broad free plan that you can use for tons of image manipulations and effects. http://cloudinary.com/documentation/image_optimization

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